Business Digitalisation Industry Project
Ingrate your information systems learning with real world application. Call on analytical and critical thinking, creative problem solving and technical and project management skills while you work in a team to deliver bespoke business solutions.
Your upfront cost: $0
- 27 Feb 2023
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Students who successfully complete this subject will be able to:
- Analyse a real world problem in an organisational setting and recommend or develop solutions which are practical and effective utilising appropriate tools, techniques and methods
- Develop critical and constructive arguments to justify proposed advice, recommendations or solutions
- Apply project management methods to appraise, plan, design, manage and execute a small-scale project
- Demonstrate intellectual independence as a critical and reflective learner
- Demonstrate professional behaviours through effective leadership, teamwork and communication skills with all project stakeholders.
- This is a project unit, and as such, is aimed at students who wish to undertake a project in one of the areas related to Business Information Systems
- Communication and professional skills in dealing with clients, project supervisor(s) and colleagues
- Problem definition, scope and requirements gathering
- Requirements Modelling
- Design, HCI, User Interface
- Design, Usability, User Interface
- Project planning and management
- Agile development
- Test planning, execution and record-keeping
- Presentation Skills
- Technical documentation
- Personality and team roles
- Application development and configuration
You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- SWI-CIS31 (Not currently available)
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
Students should have completed 187.5 credit points (15 x subjects) can be from a Bachelor Degree AND INF30033 IT Program and Project Management.
No additional requirements
This unit is a capstone industry project unit that provides students with professionally focused learning experiences during their final year of study. Students work in a team, supervised to engage with the client(s) to identify and evaluate business needs and requirements and then propose and/or develop and implement solutions. It consolidates and integrates student learning with real world practice by applying principles and concepts pertaining to Business Digitalisation. Over 12 weeks students will have the opportunity to apply and develop their analytical, critical thinking, problem solving, technical and project management skills, to design, develop, and implement practical technology solutions for real world business problems.
Presentation, reports and journals Initial Project Plan Project Management Presentations Final report and Solution(s)
- Individual/Group (100%)
Current study term: 26 Feb 23 to 28 May 23
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